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iPad-Controlled Cocktail Mixer Will Revolutionize Home Mixology [Video]

Pernod Ricard wants to make it easier and more intuitive to mix your own drinks.

Ross Brooks
Ross Brooks on January 29, 2014. @greenidealism

Pernod Ricard wants to reinvent the at-home cocktail experience, which is why they created The Gutenberg Project. It’s made up of a designer library of ‘container books,’ each loaded with a bottle of spirits that are all connected to an iPad app. The app would monitor the container levels to trigger deliveries when supplies start to dry up, and can offer a wide range of tutorials about mixology.

So a user could select a cocktail they want on the iPad, and it would direct them to place their glass under specific containers in a certain order to ‘pour’ the drink they selected.

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Conceived and developed by the Breakthrough Innovation Group (BIG), the aim is to make cocktails more intuitive and entertaining. Alain Dufossé, BIG’s Managing Director, explains further:

With Project Gutenberg, we are utterly committed to the conviviality of the future: an experience that is connected, entertaining, tailored and responsible… We are still only at a very early stage of the project but the potential of dedicated products, services, personalised offers and experiences is infinite.

Project Gutenberg was one of a hundred innovations presented by Pernod Ricard at its second Innovation Day, whose central theme was “The Conviviality of the Future.”

You can watch the video for The Gutenberg Project here.

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